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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1914
shoes will always keep you
"They re EASYsh oes for UNEASY feet"
Let your next pair be a
REAL MEN WEAR REAL SHOES
We have just received a shipment of the
latest styles. Pay us a visit.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto-
Livery Business. I
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA 1
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. I
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager. t
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
Here is Your Opportunity.
3,468,752 Pounds of Corn were imported
into this Territory last year which amount
could juft as well have been raised right
here. The money value was $54,738.
The Honolulu Iron Works Co. carries in Stock
Corn Shelters, Crackers, Burr Mills, Elevators,
and all other necessary equipment for hand
ling a feed-corn crop.
We will furnish plans and estimates for the com
plete equipment of Corn Mills.
(Sprout, Waldron & Co.'s Apparatus).
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
PRICES OF PINES
Says The Advertiser (Honolu
lu) ot last Wednesday:
Cabled advices fro in Chicago
yesterday announced a further cut
from S3. 00 on 2'j pound extra
canned pineapples of five per cent
plus two and a half per cent for
cash. This makes yesterday's net
cash price $2.97875 per case. As
suming that the average cost of
production i about $2.25 per case
f. o. b., Honolulu, and that the
freight rate from Honolulu to
Chicago is about 20 cents per case,
in carload lots, this leaves onlv
(32's cents per case margin to cover
insurance, brokerage, commissions
and all other charges.
If this new cut in prices be-ins'
I to move the estimated surplus of
upwards ot two hundred thousand
cases of 1913 pack now remaining
in original hands there will un
doubtedly be a rise in values when
the new crop enters the market,
or if the general trade conditions
in Europe and on the mainland
show marked improvement. It is
believed that the unsatisfactory
condition of the eastern money
markets and the necessity for im
mediate realizations may have
something to do with the further
price reductions made yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Felker, of Koloa,
sailed in the Kinnu Saturday after
noon for Honolulu and will pro
bably soon leave for California.
Prior to leaving Koloa thev were
the recipients of several very hand
some presents from admiring
friends Mr. P. Romane, who suc
ceeds Xfr. Felker in the office of
Koloa Sugar Company, is well ami
favorably known all over Kauai,
and, as he held the place once be
fore, is getting back "into har
ness" as it were, with the K. S. Co.
Judge Dickey Returns
Judge L. A. Dickev returned!
Friday morning from Honolulu, i
after having been awav exactly aj
month. As judge in place of Judg?;
Cooper, resigned, he heard a large
number of cases and disposed of
many chambers matters.
Passengers In And Out
The following sailed by the V.
G. Hall last Tuesday evening for
Peter Andersen, Robert Shea,
Miss O. Ottinaer. K. E. Davis. T.
D. Skinner, W. T. Frost, L. C.
Clark. P. A. Gorman, Hyomekini,
Mrs. L, Cabral and child. Miss T,
Cabral, Miss McFavdcn, Miss H.
Forster, Sid Spitzer, Paul Schmidt,
Rev. F A. Saylor.G. A. Bertram.
Mrs. G. A. Bertram.
The following arrived bv the
Kinnu on Wednesday from Hono
lulu: H. Johnson; . R. Myers; Mr,
and Mrs. A S Wilcox and maid;
Mrs. E. K. Pune; Wm. Iona;
Miss Iona; M. Medeiros; Mrs. H.
A. Uesato; A. Sou.a; Miss L.
Reyher; T. Ota; Mrs. E. C. Gill;
F. Howes; A. J. Derby; Fred Aa
ser; F. B. Cooke; Mrs. W. II.
Rice Jr.; T. R. Wood field; Toe
Silva; M. Morse; Jas. Morse; Rev.
Tsekai Usai; R. Tsunoda and 75
The following arrived at Ahuki
ni by the W. G. Hall last Tuesday
morning: L. E. Davis and T. E.
The following passengers arrived
by the W. G. Hall Fi iday morning
Judge Dickey, S. Tanaka, Miss
Wright, Miss M. I. Wilcox, J, F.
Jordan, Bishop Libert, Nakashima,
Mrs. T. Sakai and child, S, Sada
oka and 18 deck.
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold by J. I.
Silva. Eleele. Advt.
WiLLETT 8 GRAY
ON SUGAR fiRKET
Willett & Grav, the recognized
authority on sugar, had the follow
ing to sav on the condition of the
market, in their last letter:
It is a significant fact that gro
cers in towns within twenty miles
of New York are now selling Gran
ulated sugar to the family at 3 1-2
lbs. for 14 cents (4c per lb,) This
is certainly about one cent a
pound lower than sugar is selling
to anv other American families in
the whole world except Great Hri
ain It would seem that there is no
reason for a change in present du
ties on sugar to a flee dutv basis,
at a loss of revenues to the United
States Treasury, so easily collected
and without a sense of loss to the
consumers of sugar.
Jobbers being well supplied with
stocks of refined to draw from pre
vious contracts, the business of the
week, which included two holidays.
has been light.
The only change of quotations
since the close last week is the ad
vance of the Warner to 3.85c. less
2 per cent, the same as now quoted
by the American and Howell. The
Arbuckle continues to take orders
at 3.75c. less 2 per cent and the
Federal at 3.80c. less 1 per cent
trade discount and 2 per cent re
gular. The Federal has issued a state
ment to their customers explaining
why it has changed its selling
terms by giving buyers 1 oer cent
extra trade discount. Thev believe
it helps customeis to obtain a bet
ter profit in handling their sugar,
The maintenance of as great a
reduction in price as 10 cents per
100 pounds below the larger refin
ers seems to place the selling to
the basis of the domestic beet su
gars for pure standard cane sugar
to the ail vantage only of tne con
sumers. Arbuckle announces a concession
of 10 cents per 100 pounds on soft
sugars, Nos. 11 to 15 inclusive, in
Granulated for export remains
RAWS Louisiana lawyers have
made their argument before the
Supreme Court in Washington for
an injunction against the United
States collecting duties on the Cu
ban sugars at any other rate than
1,348c. per pound for 96 degree
test. The Court's decision is now
awaited with special interest, but
with no shown anxiety on the part
At the close the American enter
ed t'ne m irket and bought fiom
200.000 to 250,000 bags Cubas and
Porto Rico-., for prompt and April
shipment, at 1 31 32c, c. cc f. and
Robin:ca tD Coast
A. R. Robinson, inspector of the
county building work, will have
in a few days for California on a
combined business and plea lire
trip. Upon his return he will en
gage in a new business enterprise
in Lihue, of w h i c h particulars
will be given in due course.
Honolulu, April 30 The Mat
son Navigation steamer Ilyades
has sailed from San Kraneisco for
Honolulu and the island ports di
rect, a call at Puget Sound having
been omitted with a view of an
earlv adjustment of the triangular
schedule. The Hyades sailed with
1 14 ton cargo for Honolulu, 256
tons for Port Allen, 121 tons for
Kaanapali. 10 tons for Kahulni
and 254 tons for Hilo. The Hyades
will take sugar at all island ports,
destined for coast refineries.
Kuhio Coming Home
I ueiegne kuiuo win sail trom
X 1 'II r
San Pranoisco on Thimdav of this
I week for Honolulu. He will be ac-
i . companies hy Kobert . Shingle.
The Delegate's health has been
Unite bad of late ami 1 e is return
ing to the Inlands in the hope ot
IFree Delivery to Kauai J
50c the pair
l.ci i!icni:il value. ami liy far
the best and neatest shaker we
have ever ollercd for tin- l ice.
We pay the transportation cliar
ges to Kauai on every pair bought
jn.-t to show you that we are anx
ious to please, aii'l appreciate your
We an- specialists in
J'inncrware, (jlusuare, Silverware
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"The House of House Wares"
.":-i; King St. Honolulu
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
IIONnl.nr, T. II.
Agents for the
and dealer in Otliee Statioiieiy
and Filing Systems.
Carry a complete stock of the
Ulobe-Wernicke Filing Cabinet
ami lioi kcasA's.
All repairs on typewriters guaran
Paper Bags, Twines,
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Hr.AI) Ol FICK - HoNOI.fl.C
IlKANClU-.S AT Hll.() AND
WAIMCA, - KAUAI
Transacts a Gem-nil Hanking
and Exchange Business
CnniiMf.ri',1 'i,,,l 1VQ,Li
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Hank deposits.
Interest paid on Time De.
josits at the follow.ng rstes:
3 Months 3 jer cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on otlir islands
receives careful and prompt
, . MORGAN
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